Religion News Service reports:
Adam Evers created the app he’d been longing for. As a gay Christian, he felt caught between two worlds. In LGBTQ spaces, his faith was often an obstacle, because so many in the community have been hurt by churches that believe same-sex relationships contradict Scripture.
So on Thursday (June 3), Evers launched believr, an app that aims to facilitate “belonging, connection and love” for LGBTQ Christians, according to its website.
Believr offers what it calls “values-based matching,” allowing users to choose the five values most important to them from a research-based list of 72. The app then uses those values to match users with potential partners.
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— Adam Evers (he/him) 🏳️🌈 (@adamevers) June 4, 2021
believr has officially launched in the United States! Download the app from either the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. https://t.co/Odq06xf6vc
— believr. (@believrapp) April 20, 2021